Do you know who has been strangely quiet about the 2020 presidential election audits?
We all know that they made the widely criticized decision to call Arizona EARLY for Joe Biden.
In fact, no other news network or legitimate organization called Arizona for DAYS, even after Fox News made the call.
The state of Arizona has conducted a full forensic audit into the 2020 presidential election.
Keep in mind that this audit was AUTHORIZED and ordered by the state Senate.
CNN has talked about it.
MSNBC has talked about it.
But not a peep out of Fox News.
Don’t you think that’s kind of curious?
Shouldn’t the network that preemptively called Arizona be at least somewhat interested in Arizona’s audit?
Tucker Carlson has FINALLY decided to begin talking about the 2020 presidential election.
He’s about 7 months too late.
But hey, better late than never… I suppose.
See his latest segment below:
If you want to watch the full episode, which contains even more about the 2020 presidential election, check out the following video below:
What’s particularly interesting is that in the aftermath of the 2020 election, Tucker Carlson was calling out Joe Biden.
Carlson appeared to be on the side of truth.
He wanted to get to the bottom of what happened.
But he suddenly stopped talking about the election.
Now, we’re not conspiracy theorists.
But it’s almost as though he suddenly received orders from Fox News to immediately stop talking about the election.
Take a look at this op-ed that Tucker wrote the week of the election.
Does this sound like someone who believes the election was fair and square?
Per Fox News:
But we also shouldn’t let our focus on voting machines distract us from all that happened earlier this month. The 2020 presidential election was not fair, and no honest person would claim that it was. The system was rigged against one candidate and in favor of another, and not in ways that were hidden from view.
The media openly colluded with the Democratic nominees. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris refused to explain what they would do if they were elected. That’s never happened before in any presidential election in American history, but the media allowed them to do it.
At the same time, beginning in the spring, Democrats used our public health emergency for nakedly partisan ends. They punished Trump supporters for trying to gather, but they exempted their own activists — rioters and vandals from Black Lives Matter and Antifa — from the COVID lockdowns entirely. The restrictions they did enforce crushed America’s small businesses, the heart of the Republican Party, while making their own donors fantastically richer. Jeff Bezos alone saw his net worth jump by more than $70 billion during the pandemic.
Then, Democrats used the coronavirus to change the system of voting. They vastly increased the number of mail-in ballots because they knew their candidates would benefit from less secure voting. And they were right. They used the courts to neutralize the Republican Party’s single most effective get out the vote operation, which for generations had been the National Rifle Association. Not enough has been written about this, but anyone on the ground saw it. Thanks to legal harassment from the left, the NRA played a vastly reduced role in this election, and that made a huge difference in swing states like Pennsylvania and others.
But above all, Democrats harnessed the power of Big Tech to win this election. Virtually all news and all information in the English-speaking world travels through a single company, Google. A huge percentage of our political debates take place on Facebook and Twitter. If you use technology to censor the ideas that people are allowed to express online, ultimately, you control how the population votes. And that’s exactly what they did. They rigged the election in front of all of us and nobody did anything about it.
Perhaps someone at Fox News is FINALLY realizing the seriousness of the Arizona audit.
This would explain why Fox News is suddenly interested in once again talking about the presidential election.
.@FoxNews has refused to address any of the 2020 election fraud claims. Finally tonight, @TuckerCarlson had the balls to talk about the elephant in the living room. People can believe what they want but they should at least be able to hear both sides. #censorship #election2020
— Alana Stewart (@AlanaKStewart) July 10, 2021
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) July 10, 2021
Unbelievable. Tucker Carlson and Glenn Greenwald are the most significant journalists of our time.
Tucker Carlson picks up the issue of 2020 election fraud… https://t.co/jfyAaxKv9m
— Lara Logan (@laralogan) July 10, 2021
But it’s not just Arizona.
We received confirmation this week that Pennsylvania is moving forward.
Chances are that Pennsylvania will soon begin its own Arizona-style audit.
According to Forbes, which appears to have an extreme liberal tilt:
The Arizona Senate launched its partisan audit by issuing subpoenas to take possession of ballots and voting machines, which they then turned over to private companies running the audit. Pennsylvania senators could take a similar approach, rather than passing legislation that would have to go through the Pennsylvania House and Wolf. Senate Minority Leader Jay Costa, a Democrat, told the AP Senate Democrats could challenge subpoenas in both the state Senate and in court, however, and it’s unclear whether Mastriano could issue subpoenas through the committee he chairs, as it’s typically a different committee that handles elections.
The Pennsylvania audit push has been criticized by state officials on both sides of the aisle. Democrats like Wolf and Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro have slammed the potential audit as well as Republicans like Philadelphia City Commissioner Al Schmidt, who said on CNN it would be “reckless” for Pennsylvania to launch a similar probe to Arizona. “I don’t know why you would want to repeat what’s going on in Arizona anyplace across the country,” Schmidt said, criticizing the Arizona probe as being carried out with a “partisan political agenda.” Pennsylvania state Rep. Seth Grove, a Republican who leads the state House committee overseeing elections, has ruled out the Pennsylvania House of Representatives pushing for an audit, saying in June the House “will not be authorizing any further audits on any previous election.”
The Pennsylvania government has already completed a risk-limiting audit of the state’s election results, which affirmed President Joe Biden received more votes than Trump.
The Arizona audit, which first began in April, has raised significant concerns for such issues as a lack of transparency, privacy concerns, questions about how it’s being funded and the fact it’s being run by Cyber Ninjas, a private firm whose CEO has no elections experience and has spread conspiracy theories about election fraud. The Justice Department has also suggested the audit may violate federal law by taking ballots out of election officials’ possession. The recount of more than two million ballots will not affect the vote count or pose any risk to Biden’s win in the state, but critics fear the probe will undermine public trust in the election results and democratic process. While polling has shown most Arizonans are not in favor of the audit, the Arizona recount has nevertheless spurred a new wave of interest from lawmakers nationwide in launching their own investigations. Legislators from numerous states visited Arizona to witness the audit taking place and Wisconsin Republicans have also launched an investigation into their election. In addition to Pennsylvania, efforts to start up new audits have also moved forward in other states like Georgia and Michigan.
While Mastriano and other Republican lawmakers across the country have pushed for “forensic audits” into the election results, election experts have said such an investigation would not actually be possible. Forensic investigations have typically referred to investigations tracing crimes back to individual transactions or people, Georgia Public Broadcasting notes, which is impossible with elections where ballots are secret and not tied to people’s identities. “A lot of the election-deniers have been falling back on this term ‘forensic audit.’ I think it’s a really good question to ask them, ‘Tell me exactly what a forensic audit means from your perspective,’ because this term doesn’t actually have meaning as most of these folks are using it,” David Becker, executive director and founder of the Center for Election Innovation and Research, said during a media briefing this week.
Regardless, we are happy that Fox News is FINALLY catching up with the rest of us.
Meanwhile, it is clear that the team here at WeLoveTrump have been on the forefront of this news.
Continue checking back for the latest breaking developments!